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Describe the anatomy of the femoral nerve. How would you perform a femoral nerve block? Femoral nerve of the thigh The femoral nerve emerges from nerve roots L2, L3 and L4. It is the largest nerve of the lumbar plexus and supplies the muscles and the skin of the anterior compartment of the thigh. The nerve emerges from the lateral margin of psoas, passes downwards in the groove between psoas and iliacus to both of which it sends a nerve supply, then enters the thigh beneath the inguinal ligament.
Relationships At the base of the femoral triangle the nerve lies on iliacus, a finger's breadth lateral to the femoral artery, from which vessel it is separated by a portion of psoas.
The femoral triangle is a triangular area situated in the upper part of the medial aspect of the thigh. It is bounded superiorly by the inguinal ligament, laterally by the sartorius, and medially by the medial border of the adductor longus muscle. Its floor is gutter-shaped and formed from lateral to medial by the ilio-psoas, the pectineus and the adductor longus.
The skin and fascia of the thigh form its roof. The femoral triangle contains the terminal part of the femoral nerve and its branches, the femoral sheath, the femoral artery and its branches, the femoral vein and its tributaries, and the deep inguinal lymph nodes.
Branches of the femoral nerve Almost at once within the femoral triangle the nerve breaks up into its terminal branches which stem from an anterior and posterior division.
This muscle receives, in addition, an inconsistent supply from the accessory obturator nerve. The nerve to sartorius arises either from, or in common with, the intermediate cutaneous nerve of the thigh, and enters the medial aspect of sartorius in its upper third. Cutaneous branches The intermediate cutaneous nerve of the thigh divides into two branches, which supply the front of the thigh down to the knee.
The medial cutaneous nerve of the thigh passes medially across the femoral vessels, then divides into anterior and posterior branches. The anterior branch pierces the deep fascia at the lower third of the thigh to supply the skin over the medial side of the lower thigh as far as the knee.
Here the nerve links up with the patellar plexus. The posterior branch runs along the border of sartorius, supplying twigs to the overlying skin and communicating with the obturator and saphenous nerves. At the knee, the nerve pierces the deep fascia and supplies an area of skin over the medial side of the leg; an area which is inversely proportional to the contribution from the obturator nerve.
Thus the lateral, intermediate and medial cutaneous nerves penetrate the deep fascia in echelon, roughly along the oblique line formed by sartorius.
Posterior division Muscular branches The nerve to rectus femoris enters the deep aspect of the muscle near its origin. The nerve to vastus intermedius may be bifid or trifid and enters the front of its muscle.
The nerve to vastus lateralis reaches its muscle by passing deep to rectus femoris in company with the descending branch of the lateral circumflex femoral branch of the profunda femoris artery.
All three nerves to the vasti send filaments of supply to the knee. Femoral nerve 39 Cutaneous branches The saphenous nerve is the largest cutaneous branch of the femoral nerve and the only cutaneous branch to originate from the posterior division.
It arises in the femoral triangle, descends lateral to the artery, and then enters the adductor canal of Hunter, where it crosses in front of the artery to lie on its medial side. The nerve escapes from the lower part of the canal by emerging between sartorius and gracilis, runs down the medial border of the tibia immediately behind the sapherous vein, crosses with the vein in front of the medial malleolus and reaches as far as the base of the great toe, supplying an extensive cutaneous area over the medial side to the knee, leg, ankle and foot.
Immediately on leaving the adductor canal, the saphenous nerve gives off its intrapatellar branch, which pierces sartorius and is distributed to the skin immediately below the knee as part of the patellar plexus.If a b = −1 then j ← j + 2m..
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